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KVC Health Systems Receives Kansas SPARK Grant, Igniting $53M Campaign to Build Mental Wellness Campus

Children's Mercy Olathe + Camber Mental Health Inpatient Hospital and Campus in Olathe, Kansas opening late 2024 - Image is from groundbreaking event and includes elected officials Sharice Davids, Jerry Moran, Laura Kelly and others, along with Jason Hooper, Paul Kempinski, Kent Sunderland, Randy Vance, Ron Ryckman

KVC Health Systems, with a key partner and philanthropic supporters, is expanding inpatient pediatric and adult mental health treatment in Kansas City.

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A Year in Review: Camber Children’s Mental Health Makes a Positive Impact for Kansas Children in 2022

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The dedication of our professional team, volunteers, donors and community support shines through in Camber Children’s Mental Health’s 2022 impact report. We are proud of our growth throughout the past […]

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Announcing our Newest Location: Camber Hays

Camber Hays provides a healing space for youth throughout in the state of Kansas with residential and inpatient care mental health services.

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KVC Hospitals Is Now Camber Children’s Mental Health

KVC Hospitals is now Camber Children’s Mental Health. Learn more about this change and Camber’s expansion of services coming in 2023.

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Camber Announces Location of Youth Psychiatric Hospital in Western Kansas

KVC Hospitals will begin providing youth psychiatric hospital services in Western Kansas in early 2023 at a newly leased space.

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Medical Directors Transforming Behavioral Healthcare

Camber’s Medical Directors, Dr. Jyotsna Adma and Dr. Anh Vinh, have dedicated their careers to helping children and families achieve wellness—both physical and mental. See how they’re transforming behavioral healthcare in this blog.

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Governor Laura Kelly Announces Partnership to Bring Youth Psychiatric Hospital to Hays

Governor Laura Kelly announced today that the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) has reached a contract agreement with Camber Children’s Mental health to open a modern acute psychiatric hospital in Hays to meet the needs of youth in western Kansas.

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30 Years of Hope, Healing and Life-Changing Treatment in Kansas City

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KVC is commemorating 30 years of our Kansas City treatment center providing compassionate psychiatric care to youth to help them heal.

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Children’s Psychiatric Treatment Leader KVC Hospitals Welcomes New President

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Robert (Bobby) Eklofe, MHSA, has been named as KVC Hospitals President effective immediately. Eklofe has been with KVC for 30 years.

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To Address the Severe Bed Shortage for Children’s Mental Health in Kansas, KVC Hospitals Adds 92 Beds

Kansas youth experience waitlists and barriers to getting critical, life-saving psychiatric care. KVC Hospitals is addressing the bed shortage in Kansas to advance children’s mental health care.

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